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Horse Terms. Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office July 2002. Objective:. Know the Proper terms to use when talking about horses. Be able to recognize some of the different color patterns of horses. Mare. Female horse Usually after having an offspring. Filly.

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horse terms
Horse Terms

Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office

July 2002

objective
Objective:
  • Know the Proper terms to use when talking about horses.
  • Be able to recognize some of the different color patterns of horses.
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Mare
  • Female horse
  • Usually after having an offspring.
filly
Filly
  • Young female horse
brood mare
Brood Mare
  • Mare that is used strictly for breeding
stallion
Stallion
  • Male horse
  • STUD
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Colt
  • Young male horse
gelding
Gelding
  • Castrated Male Horse
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Foal
  • Young Horse male or female
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Hand
  • Unit of measurement for horses
  • 4 inches
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Pony
  • A breed of horse that is under 14.2 hands.
light horse
Light Horse
  • Most horses, riding size.
  • Above 14.2 hands
  • 800 – 1200 lbs.
draft horse
Draft Horse
  • Work horses
  • Above 14 hands
  • 1100 – 2500 lbs